Last week, rumors started circulating that the PlayStation-certified phone would be headed to Verizon Wireless. According to Forbes, that is true. Verizon will get the gaming smartphone in "early spring," but the door looks ajar for other carriers to follow.
Many more specs have also been revealed. Here's a running list of the best of them so far:
4-inch capacitive TFT multi-touch screen (480 x 854 resolution)
Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
400MB of onboard memory
microSD memory card slot (8GB included; expandable up to 32GB)
Battery life: 5.5 hours of gaming time; 30.5 hours of audio playback; up to 413 hours on standby